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PGP Messaging does not support the decryption of RC2 128- bit S/MIME-encrypted email. [12140]

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PGP Messaging may not process S/MIME signed emails if the signing X.509 certificate is not included in the email. The certificate is almost always included with the email unless the sender turns off this option. If the message is not processed by PGP, it may still be processed by the mail client application. [9489, 9491]

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S/MIME users who intend to use S/MIME with MAPI should ensure that they have an X.509 certificate attached to their keys; otherwise, it is possible that these messages when saved in the Sent Items folder cannot be processed by PGP Desktop. [9858]

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: Messages that have been processed by PGP Desktop cannot be modified from the Microsoft Outlook Outbox. [20269]

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If you are a MAPI/Exchange user, and you are sending messages containing embedded content in a proprietary format (inline objects), PGP Desktop will secure the complete message. This will cause inline objects to be readable/viewable only by recipients in a MAPI/Exchange environment. [5530]

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If you are using Outlook in a MAPI environment, use the PGP Log to confirm the validity of PGP signature annotations in message bodies unless the message was decrypted by your PGP Universal Server, which will do this for you. [6819, 7304]

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Composing messages while in offline mode when using Outlook 2000 with MAPI is not supported. [8165]

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The Outlook Connector for Notes that allows an Outlook client to emulate a Lotus Notes client is not supported. [7567]

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: After upgrading from Windows XP to Windows Vista without reinstalling PGP Desktop, MAPI messages are sent in the clear and existing encrypted messages are not decrypted. When you upgrade your operating system to Windows Vista, PGP Corporation recommends that you first uninstall PGP Desktop, upgrade your operating system, and then reinstall PGP Desktop. [13119]

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: If your Thunderbird email client is set to send email in HTML-only format, and the message is encrypted by either PGP Universal Server or PGP Desktop before it arrives at the BES gateway, the recipient will be unable to view the email message on his or her BlackBerry. To work around this issue, configure your Thunderbird email client so that it does not send HTML-only messages. [16273]

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decryption functionality has been enhanced to detect a UTF-8 character set conversion failure. In that event, the content will be decrypted to the system's local code page instead. Note that legacy messages from PGP Desktop version 8 and below did not support proper character set identification, and thus the local code page may not be correct either. If you encounter such legacy messages decrypting to an incorrect character set from the clipboard, you may need to use third- party tools to convert the resulting character set to the correct one. [11889]

Note that PGP Desktop 8.x did not support international characters in message body content. To use languages other than English in your message content, please ensure your correspondents are using at least PGP 9.0.0 or above. In some cases, you may be able to cause PGP Desktop 8.x or below to create a proper message by forcing the use of the UTF-8 character set. [11257, 11888]

recommends using ASCII text in the Comment field. [11127]

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supported with MAPI. [9448]

Policies based on the condition "Message is <x>" are not currently

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To ensure proper display of comments added to secured option, PGP Corporation

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When a user has been disabled, email sent by the user is initially blocked. To work around this issue, send the email again and email is sent in the clear, as expected. [12234]

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